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Posted date: 10 Wed, May 2017 02:15:24 PM

With the government announcement of four films annually to get Rs.25 lakhs subsidy scores of children films are floating in Kannada filmdom.

Here is one ‘Kitle Krishna’ that has been given children film certificate says Sriraj alias Rajiv Kotari. Producer of ‘Haj’ Kannada film that won a few awards at the national and state level Sriraj has also produced one Kodava cinema.  It is Soorya Entertainer and Karavali Production banner in this producer name. Sriraj is also directing a film that is yet to get a title. Apparently this ‘Kitle Krishna’ is releasing on 26th of this month.

Master Hemanth plays title role. Ninasam Ashwath is his father and Spandana a popular TV artist is in mother role.

Actor Harish Raj, Madhusudhan a dwarf, Baby Inchara, director Nagaraj Arehole, co producer Ravikumar and others addressed the media on Tuesday.

Director Nagaraj has prepared an interesting script that is engaging and also educative to the children. The small ‘Kiriks’ Krishna and gang does take a different turn in the screenplay. Krishna efficiently overcomes his mistakes to a better life. He even uses a mobile to safeguard him.

Actor Harish Raj is in a cop role and he had to grow moustache for this film purpose. He appreciated the producer Sriraj because he has experience and ability that is very essential for film making.

Like how roots are important for a tree, mother is important for children. In that way the story and direction is too good says Spandana who took no glycerin for a crying scene that comes at the interval point.

Inchara plays Lakshmi, Pawan Basrur son of Ravi Basrur a fourth standard student has delivered the song ‘Shalege Hogo Maklu….

Ravi Basrur was waiting to work for a children film in his career. He has done one and his son is singer for this one song film.


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